Amazon just has this thing about trying to screw over it’s customer’s doesn’t it. I hope people catch on, and I hope it really hurts their bottom line.
Every 6 months Amazon comes out with the “new improved” model of the Kindle – such that, people scrambling to buy their latest version find that the version they bought is instantly out dated by the next release 6 months later.
Take for example: Kindle 2, then a few months later, Kindle DX, then a few months later (well a little bit more than a few months), Kindle Global, then a few months later, Kindle WiFi.
Perhaps they don’t realize how much they’re going to piss people off by only offering these tiny little incremental upgrades, and as a result, trying to force people that want to have the best functioning reading device to continue to fork out money over and over as they make their pathetic little updates.
I have caught on personally. I would love to buy the WiFi model, but first, it doesn’t appear to be in DX – so I know that’ll come out in about 6 months, AND, I’m sure they’re thinking of color sometime soon.
No thanks Amazon & Jeff – I’ll hold off for a long time to come, and I hope everyone else does too!
I am now well versed in fence heights, and chain diameters, fire extinguishers, and IDS systems. My score was actually higher than this too – as I found at least one bug in the testing software where it said my answer was the correct answer, but then marked it wrong :-0
This was probably the most extensive learning I had to do so far in the CISSP around the different security Models, like the Bell-LaPidula, the Biba, the Clark-WIlson, the Graham-Dennig and the Harrison-Ruzzo-Ulllman security Models… you have all that right? LoL
Funniest part is, I scored almost 100% on almost all of the concepts except: I couldn’t seem to make the distinction between multiprocessing, multiprogramming, mutithreading and multitasking – how lame is that!
Oh, and I was exposed to a very cool side-channel attack (or more appropriately called a covert storage attack) having to do with information flow.. with an example of using storage state (like files being locked and unlocked) to steal data one bit at a time… that was pretty neat thinking!
Anyway – after 120 pages of very extensive reading under Security Architecture – I’m off to the next CBK starting tomorrow.
I read over a 100 pages last night, and there was SO much information and acronyms galore! I have a really good understanding of Access Control, but I still learned a bunch!
I have to do school reading tonight, so I’m going to unfortunately be behind now in the CISSP review, but I’ll have the weekend to try and catch up!
Oh, and I found out that I can read SO much more a night if I shut down my computer and put it away! There is too much tempting me on the computer to actually keep me from peaking and playing every couple minutes… I need better attention skills! LoL